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The Transparency Act imposes new requirements on Norwegian businesses to be aware of the working conditions in their value chains. It's about being transparent about how one works to ensure that the products and services the company offers have been produced in a way that upholds human rights.

To counteract negative consequences related to fundamental human rights and decent working conditions, we actively work to avoid this.

The Transparency Act came into force on July 1, 2022, and is intended to ensure transparency around major businesses' handling of negative consequences related to fundamental human rights and decent conditions in the delivery and purchase of services.

Teams for Nature is subject to the Transparency Act, and we are available for questions for anyone who needs more information about our work.

The following are Teams for Nature obligations under the Transparency Act:

  • We must conduct due diligence assessments in accordance with the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.

  • Be able to account for our work on assessing due diligence related to human rights and decent working conditions.

  • Respond to inquiries from anyone needing information from us.

If you wish to contact us for information about our work with the Transparency Act, you can send an email to

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